Evan Hugh Worldwind is a professional musician who performs at collective group centers and festivals throughout the East coast area.
Worldwind's passion is the Didgeridoo - one of the oldest musical instruments played in the world today.
The Didgeridoo had originated in Australia and is known as Yidaki by the Aboriginal People, the Gate Keepers of this dreamtime wind instrument.
Practicing Tai Chi Chuan art of internal power as a part of Worldwind's holistic way of life enables him to explore the inner rhythm vibration of the Didgeridoo while in a state of deep meditation.
Zen Marie Holmes studied African and Haitian dance at Alvin Ailey Dance School, Djoniba Dance and Drum Center and Peridance Center. Zen Marie has 30 years of dance experience. She is a former member of Bousso African Dance Company and Fusha Congolese Dance Company.
Zen Marie has performed with Kriye Bode Haitian Dance Company and is currently a member of the Mikerline Haitian Dance Company as well as Artist's Dream Productions. Zen Marie is also a mother of five children, four of which share her love of dance and perform with their own dance companies thru-out the US. and abroad.